What is it?
The Indigenous Learning Platform collects information for and about Indigenous Peoples in one place to facilitate collaboration, exchange and social learning.
How does it work?
The Indigenous Learning Platform is an interactive data repository for Indigenous Peoples and stakeholders who are interested in Indigenous Peoples wellbeing.
The information is generated by the IPARD Program and the FSC-IF and all other organizations at the global level and is constantly updated.
Who can I use it?
The Indigenous Learning Platform should serve Indigenous Peoples and their organizations, national level government officials, civil society and donor organizations, development agencies, private sector, academia, university researchers, media, journalists and general public.
What purpose does it serve?
Facilitate social learning and knowledge systematization and sharing
Allow identification of partnerships, collaborations, interactions, and connections
Allow decision making thanks to business intelligence and monitoring, evaluation and learning data
Share business opportunities
Research and development
Displays contents and documents
Who has developed the Indigenous Learning Platform?
The Indigenous Learning Platform is an initiative developed and managed by the FSC Indigenous Foundation (FSC-IF) in the frame of IPARD program with the support of USAID and the FSC and all the partners that contribute with their work.